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 Post subject: Re: Aus v Eng - Rugby tests
PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2016 2:19 pm 
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You know this but you still bite.


Bite what? Showing up GIAE is not "biting".


Showing me up? Haha

Facts are simple here. The water boy tried to get his hands on the ball to slow up England's play. He failed. He's a cheat.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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You know this but you still bite.


Bite what? Showing up GIAE is not "biting".


Showing me up? Haha

Facts are simple here. The water boy tried to get his hands on the ball to slow up England's play. He failed. He's a cheat.


Little water boy thwarts England pack - now there's a headline. If he "failed" then how did that hamper England? At least make your mind up. I'm starting to wonder if YOU actually watched the game. :P

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Little water boy thwarts England pack - now there's a headline. If he "failed" then how did that hamper England? At least make your mind up. I'm starting to wonder if YOU actually watched the game. :P


How did he thwart the pack or even try to thwart the pack.

It didn't hamper England at all, he tried but failed to get a touch on the ball.

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Little water boy thwarts England pack - now there's a headline. If he "failed" then how did that hamper England? At least make your mind up. I'm starting to wonder if YOU actually watched the game. :P


How did he thwart the pack or even try to thwart the pack.

It didn't hamper England at all, he tried but failed to get a touch on the ball.


So what's your problem then?

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Little water boy thwarts England pack - now there's a headline. If he "failed" then how did that hamper England? At least make your mind up. I'm starting to wonder if YOU actually watched the game. :P


How did he thwart the pack or even try to thwart the pack.

It didn't hamper England at all, he tried but failed to get a touch on the ball.


So what's your problem then?


Cheating is cheating.

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I'm sure you've driven over the speed limit before, so you're a cheat too if you want to be so pedantic. :)

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Bomber wrote:
I'm sure you've driven over the speed limit before, so you're a cheat too if you want to be so pedantic. :)


I see no issue with that. I would deny it but the points on my license would prove me wrong.

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Will go better under a Southern Hemisphere ref in the 2nd game no doubt.


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Blaming refs now?

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I'll stick up for him here, the game is played differently in different hemispheres. A Southern Hemisphere red won't like the game to be as physical at the break downs. Rolling mails by Rngland will be punished more and less by Australia due to the nature of that.

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England win the series :lol:

The cook cup stays with England.

Australia just too ill disciplined against England's superior pack.

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Is that what that was?

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Watching the game again with the Aussie commentary, it's become a comedy.

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Loved it how the 4 Aussie pundits were squirming after the game. They looked like someone was hammering a nail up their arses. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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England win the series :lol:

The cook cup stays with England.

Australia just too ill disciplined against England's superior pack.


Yeah I thought England winning was funny too. I guess there's a first time for everything. Amazing what even an average (Aussie) coach can do for some!

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England win the series :lol:

The cook cup stays with England.

Australia just too ill disciplined against England's superior pack.


Yeah I thought England winning was funny too. I guess there's a first time for everything. Amazing what even an average (Aussie) coach can do for some!



Winners are grinners

England win the Cook Cup again.

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England win the series :lol:

The cook cup stays with England.

Australia just too ill disciplined against England's superior pack.


Yeah I thought England winning was funny too. I guess there's a first time for everything. Amazing what even an average (Aussie) coach can do for some!



Winners are grinners

England win the Cook Cup again.


End of, your mob were better prepared. If we were serious about it, would have had a few warm ups games leading up, but looks like these are more like warm ups for the Four nations.

You playing the All Blacks any time soon?

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Now I've heard it all. An Aussie team that isn't serious when they play England?? :lol: :lol: :lol: Aussies... poor winners, poor losers :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:


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End of, your mob were better prepared. If we were serious about it, would have had a few warm ups games leading up, but looks like these are more like warm ups for the Four nations.

You playing the All Blacks any time soon?


What warm ups did the England team have? Do you mean, 6 nations or do scotland and italy not count?

No, not on this tour.

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End of, your mob were better prepared. If we were serious about it, would have had a few warm ups games leading up, but looks like these are more like warm ups for the Four nations.

You playing the All Blacks any time soon?


What warm ups did the England team have? Do you mean, 6 nations or do scotland and italy not count?

No, not on this tour.


You'd have to look a long way back for Wallabies last test and yes, I guess you played six nations fairly recently and did quite well from what I can tell.
Anyway, cant argue about taking no 2 ranking for now, but as in the past, merely a temporary situation. :wink:

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4-0

australia looked good for the first 20 and could have been a different game if they could ground the ball.

England - undefeated in 2016 :D

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All quiet on the aussie front :lol: :lol:


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Aussie coach. Loud enough? :P

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Bomber wrote:
Aussie coach. Loud enough? :P


Those who can do, those who can't teach.

4-0

Do you know who the last aussie coach was to have such a low win percentage for a year was?

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We won the W.C. in 2003 with an English coach. Anyway Jones is Fijian.


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We won the W.C. in 2003 with an English coach. Anyway Jones is Fijian.


What's his passport say?

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B.Toomer wrote:
We won the W.C. in 2003 with an English coach. Anyway Jones is Fijian.


He's actually Japanese but it's irrelevant anyway, it about the players on the pitch and they're won every game this year beating australia 4 times.

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Eddie Jones
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Eddie Jones is an Australian professional rugby union coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the England national rugby union team. Wikipedia
Born: January 30, 1960 (age 56), Burnie, Tasmania
Nationality: Australian

Education: Matraville Sports High School

His mother is Japanese and his father is Australian


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Eddie Jones
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Eddie Jones is an Australian professional rugby union coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the England national rugby union team. Wikipedia
Born: January 30, 1960 (age 56), Burnie, Tasmania
Nationality: Australian

Education: Matraville Sports High School

His mother is Japanese and his father is Australian


He would have had to choose a citizenship at age 23. So what one does he hold?

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